Avenue Station Construction Updates

août 31, 2018


Mining operations are underway at both the Secondary Entrance and the Main Entrance sites. Mining occurs on a 24 hour schedule. Starting in early September, mining will occur on a 24 hour schedule, 7 days a week. Read the construction notice for more detail.

 Secondary Entrance

At the Secondary Entrance, excavation activities will continue and are focused in the underground area between the secondary entrance and the main entrance. Work will occur on Saturday, Sunday and Monday over the long weekend. .

Main Entrance

The underground mining sequence continues at the main entrance in the same area as this past week. The activities include excavation under the completed arches, and spraying of concrete to finalize and support the earth around each excavated section. We repeat the same sequence as we advance southward. Work will occur on Saturday, Sunday and Monday over the long weekend. 

Noise and Vibration Mitigation

Noise and vibration impacts to your building depend on your proximity to the source and how the vibrations travel through the soil and interact with the foundation and structure of your building. Crosslinx Transit Solutions has implemented several noise reduction measures on site to mitigate the impact felt by the community during mining activities. Enclosures are used to cover equipment like generators and pumps, silencers are used to reduce noise from fans, and delivery routes and times are selected to minimize disruption – just to name a few.

If you experience disruption from mining activities, please call our 24/7 phone line at 416-782-8118.







Line Painting

  • Line painting on Eglinton Avenue between Avenue Road and Braemar


  • One overnight period
  • To be determined

Additional Monitoring Wells east of Secondary Entrance

  • Two additional dewatering wells are required near Oriole Parkway.


  • Two additional dewatering wells are required near Eglinton Avenue and Oriole Parkway south.
  • One well will be located on Oriole Parkway, in the south bound lane – during this work there will be lane closures and parking impacts.
  • One well is located on the sidewalk approximately 30m west of Oriole Parkway. Pedestrians will be rerouted around this work and on-street parking will be impacted in that area.
  • The work is anticipated to take approximately 8 days.


  • Postponed to mid-September
  • 9am to 5pm

Watermain Lining Work

  • Watermain lining is done to protect and reinforce the pipes while work happens in close proximity to them.

Read the construction notice for more detail.

  • Removal of temporary water service pipes in laneway and on Eglinton Avenue and restoration of plated areas.


  • 3 days of work



  • On hold
  • Overnight works 7pm to 7am


Monitoring Work

  • Equipment is installed in various locations around the station are to monitor ground movement during construction.

Read the construction notice for more detail.

  • To install the monitoring equipment in the ground, crews move from location to location around the station area. Typically a drilling machine is used to drill the hole where the monitor will be installed.
  • If on the sidewalk, pedestrians may need to be routed around the work zone (sidewalks stay open). If on the roadway, a short term lane closure may be required.
  • Installations planned to be complete in the next few months.
  • Readings will be taken regularly for the duration of the project.
  • Ongoing
  • Currently focused east of Secondary entrance